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MLB – The Detroit Tigers Fall Short In Ten Innings

Posted on June 26, 2015 in Professional Sports News.

The Detroit Tigers comeback fell short as they lost to the Chicago White Sox 8-7 in ten innings Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park.

Detroit tied the score at five-all in the eighth.

After Chicago took a three-run lead in the tenth, the Tigers were able to score twice, but the game ended with the bases loaded.

Ian Kinsler and J.D. Martinez each hit two-run home runs and Bryan Holaday had two RBIS.

Starter Alfredo Simon gave up five runs on six hits while striking out five in six and one third innings.

Joba Chamberlain was charged with the loss after giving up three runs on two hits in the tenth.

Bruce Rondon made his first appearance in relief since 2013, striking out both batters he faced in the seventh inning.

Tonight, Anibal Sanchez gets the start for Detroit and Jose Quintana will take the mound for Chicago.

First pitch is 7:08 p.m.

MLB Scoreboard

Chicago White Sox 8, Detroit Tigers 7 (10 innings)
Baltimore Orioles 8, Boston Red Sox 6
Oakland Athletics 6, Texas Rangers 3
New York Mets 2, Milwaukee Brewers 0
Los Angeles Dodgers 4, Chicago Cubs 0
Colorado Rockies 6, Arizona Diamondbacks 4
San Francisco Giants 13, San Diego Padres 8
Washington Nationals 7, Atlanta Braves 0
Cincinnati Reds 5, Pittsburgh Pirates 4 (13 innings)
St. Louis Cardinals 5, Miami Marlins 1
Houston Astros 4, New York Yankees 0

By:  Mike Plourde     –     for Great Lakes Radio Sports

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